BLOOMINGTON - The Bloomington Fire Department has determined a fire near the 700 block of Mill Street was caused by a juvenile playing with a lighter.
Statewide Preservation Award for Rehabilitation
STREATOR - Move over Morton, you've got company in the well-known pumpkin world.
Group looks to raise $80,000.
ICC uses competition to recruit potential students.
New study shows what teachers think of the program.
General Motors is giving ICC an extra boost for its hands on experience in the automotive industry.
Central Illinois residents receive financial counseling and advice
Green Thumb Industries met with community members to discuss future plans if the site is chosen.
NORMAL - The Town of Normal will soon be taking out bonds to pay for two of its major projects.
BLOOMINGTON - It's now a little harder to get pain medications from your local pharmacy.
BLOOMINGTON - The City of Bloomington made it a priority to fix its roadways this year, and they did so, to the tune of $10 million.
There’s a lot to be said for a man and his dog, but not many dogs have quite the story like Andy Kolesar and Nigel.
Residents urged to leave their junk by the curb.
Expert's weigh on the latest developments surrounding hotel.
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The grant will help to expand teacher education programs in urban communities.
The prince spoke with students and staff about the fall of the Iron Curtain.
The demolition has been delayed again for a second time.
County clerks across central Illinois are encouraging voters to make sure they are registered for the November election.
WASHINGTON - The Washington and Northern Tazewell Fire Departments work with Domino's Pizza in Washington to check customer's smoke detectors.
PEORIA - United Presbyterian Church holds the annual "Blessing of the Animals" service each October.
Creators behind "Live at the Speakeasy with Ryan Anderson" want to showcase people that are extraordinary.
Firefighter of the year named at the ceremony.
Local group holds final event of the year.
Kids get outside and have fun.
New two-day event is fun for families and animals.
First-time event provides an outlet for reflection.
PONTIAC - Route 66 draws in tourists year after year. It's known for being the first high-speed highway, but it could be dangerous, especially during those first years.
Apt. Complex at 1021 East Adams Street Goes Up in Flames
If you order a pizza next week, you could have a surprise when your pizza is delivered.
ORLANDO - Nik Patel is one of the owners of Alena Hospitality, the group that bought the hotel and is currently renovating it.
The city is helping to get residents into the Halloween spirit.
Movie goers get to be the critic and vote for their favorite short film.
Natika Washington is back in Peoria to speak at a luncheon
The Pekin Fire Department oversees a controlled blaze before Fire Prevention week
During a simulation, staff tested their ability to screen and inoculate employees.
Coach Darren Hess was suspended for sending a letter that violated IHSA policy.
Keith Steffen and his wife, Cathy, will head this year's campaign
More than three hundred and seventy applications for medical marijuana facilities are waiting on their fate from the state of Illinois.
The Foundation donates to Saint Mark School in memory of Maggie Bertram's love of art
Letters were sent out to residents, making sure properties are safe and up to code
If you haven’t had the chance to see the new Marvel hit “Guardians of the Galaxy”, now you can see it on the biggest screen in town.
The zoo earned a 2014 education award from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums for its junior zookeepers program.
Kai, a former stray from Bloomington, is the National Arson Dog of the Year.
Peoria man shot in the shoulder, but the injury was not life-threatening.
School budgets are being tightened, and often that means teachers being shown the door, and researchers say that's hurting the students and the staff in several ways.
Thanks to grants from Bloomington and the Town of Normal, the Ecology Action Center can send energy experts out to local homes for an evaluation, as part of its BN EnergyBright program
Carla Barnes will take over the office.
A mobile classroom opens preschoolers to a new world of learning about livestock.